I found your Accessible Calvin page very interesting; however, it is best to put that kind of content under your user blog instead of an article. We would like to keep our articles in the format of an online encyclopedia. I have deleted the page, but the content is pasted below, which you can paste into a new blog.
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During my current studies, I created accessible cartoon strips of my own. Feedback included making Calvin and Hobbes accessible to people who have become blind and who remember their enjoyment. 50 of 50 websites analysed feature cartoons that are inaccessible to people who are blind.
What do you think? Visit my [https://dieux.learningtoo.eu/calvin/index.html inclusive Calvin and Hobbes page] and have a try at toggling and then reading the captions to a friend before they see the cartoon. What's the result?? Do they 'get it' without the pictures?? :)